Eni SpA stated Thursday that it has launched pure fuel to the Republic of Congo’s first LNG venture.
Eni stated it launched first fuel to the Tango floating liquefied pure fuel (FLNG) facility offshore of the central African nation only a 12 months after a remaining funding resolution was reached on Congo LNG. The venture makes use of pure fuel from the offshore Marine XII block.
As soon as the commissioning part is full, Tango FLNG ought to produce its first cargo in 1Q2024, the Italian supermajor stated.
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Tango has an annual liquefaction capability of 1 billion cubic meters (Bcm) or about 35 Bcf/12 months. A second FLNG facility with a capability of three.5 Bcm/12 months (124 Bcf) is at present underneath development and scheduled to start manufacturing in 2025.
The entire LNG produced by the vessels can be marketed by Eni. The corporate has operated in Congo for 55 years. It at present provides pure fuel that feeds 70% of the nation’s energy technology capability.
Elsewhere in Africa, Eni additionally shipped its first cargo from the Coral-Sul FLNG unit offshore Mozambique final 12 months. Eni has stated Coral-Sul is the primary of three FLNG tasks deliberate in Mozambique.
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